03:03AM, Wednesday 12 December 2012
A spectacular masquerade raised £14,000 to change a little girl's life.
The masked ball at Windsor's Harte and Garter Hotel on Saturday last week attracted 130 people in formal dinner suits, gowns and masks.
The money raised will go towards the £50,000 to £70,000 needed to pay for the operation and 20 years of treatment that will help seven-year-old Vivi Gregory-Osborne from York Avenue walk.
The band 'Red Square' flew down from Scotland to play.
The organiser was Catherine Ann Greaves.
Vivi's mother Helen spoke to guests about Vivi's amazing progress and the intensive physio she is now undergoing.
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